Concept

East End Park, Leeds

Summary
East End Park is an inner city area of east Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is situated between Burmantofts to the north west, Harehills to the north east (although not a direct neighbour), Halton Moor to the east, Richmond Hill to the west and Cross Green to the south west. It blends into the Halton Moor/Osmondthorpe area and is 1 mile to the east of Leeds city centre in the LS9 Leeds postcode area. The area is situated in the vicinity of the A64 York Road, east Leeds' main thoroughfare, and is also home to a large park dating back from Victorian times which was purchased by Leeds City Council in the late 19th century, when it was waste land. Housing in the area is made up of nineteenth-century through terraced housing, some back-to-back terraced housing. Semi-detached and detached houses are also found in the area. Many of the back-to-back terraced houses in the area were due to be demolished as part of the £1.3 billion EASEL regeneration scheme in east and south-east Leeds. However these plans were withdrawn in 2010 with Leeds City Council citing the recession debilitating the private sector's ability to build as the main reason. File:Victoria Grove.jpg|Older street-fronted terrace. ''House pictured known as the McMansion.'' File:Back Terraces, East End Park 13 August 2017.jpg|Rear gardens of terrace houses File:Terraces in East End Park 13 August 2017.jpg|Back-to-back terraces File:Nixon Avenue 13 August 2017.jpg|Semi-detached houses File:East End Park North End 13 August 2017.jpg|Old and new houses by the park File:Charlton Road 15 August 2017.jpg|Charlton Road, one of several streets with Charlton in the name. File:St Hilda's Crescent - Fewston Avenue - geograph.org.uk - 1243164.jpg|Demolition on St Hilda's Crescent File:St Elmo Grove - Vinery Avenue - geograph.org.uk - 1238781.jpg|Through-terraced on St Elmo Grove File:Charlton Street - East Park Road - geograph.org.uk - 1241798.jpg|Back-to-back terraces on Charlton Street Crime is unevenly distributed across East End Park.
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